Dale R. Prull, of Nampa, and formerly of Arizona for 45 years, passed away August 20, 2020, at the age of 71. Dale was born in Monticello, Iowa, to Richard and Sophie Prull, on December 28, 1948. Growing up, Dale worked beside his father, brother, and sister on their farm. He was a hard worker and was driving tractors and trucks at the early age of ten years old. He learned his exceptional work ethic from his father and mother. Following high school, Dale worked for a year and a half building silos after which he enlisted in the United States Air Force. While serving his country, he traveled to Germany and Korea loading bombs and rockets on jets. Upon receiving his Honorable Discharge, Dale went to school to become a plumber. He apprenticed for a few years then opened his own company, D. R. Prull Plumbing. He worked hard to take care of his family and built a stellar reputation--he never advertised and never ran out of work. Dale loved to hunt and have family and friends get togethers. Dale is survived by his loving wife, LaRue Prull of Nampa, ID; daughter, Kerri Prull; son, Chad (wife Cristina) Prull; granddaughters, Kaitlyn and Sophia Prull; stepsons, Wesley Patterson, Thomas (wife Dana) Patterson; grandsons, Brendan, Dean, and Cole Patterson; mother, Sophie Prull of Dubuque, IA; brother, Dwayne Prull, of Venice, FL; sister, Denice Prull, of Phoenix, AZ; nephew, Jason Meyer and his children Landon, Nash, and Kinley. He is preceded in death by his father, Richard Prull. Family and friends are invited to attend the graveside committal through a broadcasted link found on Alsip and Persons website. A celebration of life for Dale will be at a later date when Covid is under control and we can safely gather. Special thanks to St. Luke’s Nampa ICU Department. Thank you to all of the doctors, nurses, therapists, and staff who worked so hard and showed such compassion and respect to Dale in his last days as they tried to rid his body of the Covid virus. Dale will be remembered as a man who displayed great charity for all. He was always willing to freely give of himself in an effort to make a positive difference to others. Memorial contributions may be made to Ride for 22 at their website: www.ridefor22.org, an organization that supports veterans and those left behind by veteran suicide--both causes important to Dale who loved serving our country. Thank you in advance.
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